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Area sports briefs: Kannapolis Legion falls

From staff reports
The Kannapolis American Legion team lost to Lexington 15-5 in seven innings on Monday. Jacob Wright’s home run provided the biggest highlight for Post 115.
On Sunday, Kannapolis lost to Concord 14-3 in a game that won’t count in the divisional standings.
* Mooresville’s Legion team beat Mocksville 12-10 on Monday.
Wes Dumford was the winning pitcher. Brantley Horton earned a save.
Horton hit a two-run homer. Nathan Abraham had three hits.
Hernan Bautista had a two-run homer and an RBI double for Mocksville.
– All-SPC Wonders
A.L. Brown’s Keonna Eaton was named SPC Runner of the Year for girls track.
Wonders Keonna Artis, Samara Tisdale, Nia Boyd, Tylivia Blackwelder, Estella Clark and Coty Moody joined Eaton on the All-SPC team.
* McKenzie Church represented A.L. Brown on the All-SPC girls soccer team.
* A.L. Brown’s Zebresha Blakeney was named to the All-SPC softball team.
* A.L. Brown infielder Wesley Honeycutt was named to the All-SPC baseball team.
* A.L. Brown’s Artrele Louis, Larry Scaggs, Jerrod Lipscomb, Billy Simiton, Jamill Lott, Tevin Jones, Winston Johnson and Jonathan Donatien made the All-SPC boys track team.
* A.L. Brown’s Nick Buckwell made the All-SPC boys golf team.
* Leo Brigato represented the Wonders on the All-SPC boys tennis team.
– GARS
Sixty-six GARS members played at Crescent Golf Club on Monday.
Low ‘A’ Flight player was Clyde Crawford with a net of 64.55.
Low ‘B’ Flight player was Ben Moore with a net of 66.96.
Low ‘C’ player was Ed Lockhart with a net of 68.13.
Low ‘D’ player was Jim Brown with a net of 69.30.
– Summer league
The NBA’s Bobby Jackson will be in Salisbury and in attendance at his summer basketball league “draft” this Saturday. The draft will begin at approximately 9 a.m. at Hall Gym and Livingstone.
The City of Salisbury is partnering with the Bobby Jackson Summer Basketball League to provide a positive summer opportunity for students.
League attendance is $50 per child for the seven-week program.
Opening ceremonies have been rescheduled for Tuesday, June 16, at 6 p.m.
Visit Hall Gym or contact SHS coach Andrew Mitchell at andrewmitchell55@carolina.rr.com or (704) 267-1122.
– Intimidators news
Kannapolis’ Tyler Kuhn is the SAL Player of the Week.
Kuhn batted .500.
* Kuhn, an outfielder, was named to play in the SAL All-Star Game along with closer Dan Remenowsky and manager Ernie Young, who will serve as an assistant coach.
– Hole-in-one
Local golfer Mike Cauble made his first hole-in-one on Saturday while playing the Tanglewood Reynolds Course.
He used a 7-iron to ace the 140-yard No. 8 hole.
Cauble was playing with Max Eller, Thad Mulkey and Noel Morales.

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